Warsaw: Old Town and Royal Route 2-Hour Tour
Experience the beauty of the old town, wander around cobbled streets and admire the beautiful architecture, discover hidden gems while learning about one of the most outstanding reconstruction projects in history.
- Admire the most breathtaking views of the royal castle
- Find original facades covered with bullet holes from World War II
- Explore hidden and unknown Gothic corridors of St. Ann's Church
- Learn about living in near-total isolation at the Visitationist Convent
DescriptionExplore Warsaw’s historic old town with your knowledgeable guide, starting off at Sigismund’s Column and continuing to iconic landmarks such as the Royal Castle and St. John’s Cathedral. Continue walking through Warsaw’s romantic medieval streets and observe some of the visible scars remaining from World War II. Enjoy a panoramic view of the Vistula River from Gnojna Hill and then enter the gardens behind the royal castle where you can see the beautiful facade. Afterward, head to the vibrant market square with its beautifully restored houses and continue to the Royal Route, where you will find many important buildings from both historical and architectural standpoints. See St. Ann's Church and head further down the street to the presidential palace, Bristol Hotel, Visitationist Convent, Warsaw University, and Holy Cross Church where Frederick Chopin’s heart is interred. Walk past the Zachęta National Gallery, a beautiful building from the early 1900s, before ending at Saxon Garden and Tomb of the Unknown Soldier.
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